B’nai B’rith Youth Organization
BBYO will be one of the world’s leading Jewish movements, convening and connecting teens of all backgrounds who will become inspired to live Jewish lives while making a difference in the world. AZA and BBG will be recognized as the preeminent leadership training and character development program for the teen audience and will be core to driving the movement forward.
Office Phone: 303 316 6385
Colorado Agency for Jewish Education
The mission of CAJE is making Jewish life sacred through learning. CAJE shall identify and endeavor to fill Jewish educational needs in the community, and shall provide centralized programs and services that individual institutions could not realize as effectively.
Hebrew High has more choices than ever. Not only can you choose a different class every mini-mester (5-6 week classes) but there are arts classes, text classes, leadership opportunities, and travel opportunities. You can take a class Sunday night, Wednesday night- or even Sunday morning during mini-mester #1 (Judaism with Altitude).
Program Contact: Stacey Delcau- email@example.com or by phone (303)951-8491
Israel Study Tour (IST)
The Colorado Israel Study tour is one of the premiere Israel teen trips in the U.S. and is one of only two community trips left in the U.S.! The trip comprises a two-year intensive educational program that is divided into three parts: Trip Prep, five-and-a-half weeks of travel in Poland and Israel, and Post-Trip Integration and Community Activism.
Program Contact: Amelia Iaderosa- firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-951-8498
Jewish Student Union
The Jewish Student Union (JSU) is a national organization dedicated to establishing Jewish clubs in public high schools. We also provide Jewish teens in public school with an in-school educational experience focusing on issues of Jewish pride, identity, and connection to Israel. However, a larger goal of JSU is to act as a portal for connecting participants to the greater Jewish community.
Program Contact: Rabbi Michael Sunshine- email@example.com
National Federation of Temple Youth (NFTY)
North American Federation of Temple Youth is the Reform Jewish youth movement of North America. It mission is to secure and perpetuate a strong, meaningful and enjoyable Reform Jewish youth experience based on 13 Jewish principles.
HEA Youth Programs
Hebrew Educational Alliance offers programing for Jewish Youth 4th-12th grade in the 3 co-ed Youth Groups: Atid, Kadima, and Mile High USY. HEA also offers gender specific programing for teenage boys and girls (Young Ladies Night and Dude’s Night). By becoming involved in the programing it is the hope of HEA that Jewish Youth will deepen their sense Kehilla Kedusha (a Holy Community), build character and heightened values, strengthen their connection with the natural world, and become empowered to play their role in creating a better world for all. All HEA Youth Programing is open to all Jewish Youth, regardless of synagogue affiliation or youth group membership. For a complete calendar of events click here: www.headenver.org/youth.htm or Kolby Morris, Youth Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Temple Emanuel (The Friedman Club)
Program Contact: Aaron Bandler- bandler@EmanuelDenver.org (303)388-4013 ext. 305
Temple Sinai (Temple Sinai Youth Group)
Program Contact: Naomi Singer- Naomi@sinaidenver.org (303)759-1827